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Women suffers minor burn and singed hair after hit with firework

JONESBORO, AR (KAIT) –A woman suffered minor burns to her heard and hair after someone shot her inthe head with a firework.

According to theJonesboro Police Department, Felicia Jones was standing on her balcony in frontof her apartment when she says she was hit in the back of the head with a firework.

The firework left a "dime-sized"burn on her head, and singed some of her hair.

Witnesses told policethat several juveniles were playing with fireworks at the apartment complex ofWest Nettleton when the injury occurred.

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